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Fun & Learning! Did you know an obstacle course can improve focus, memory, and impulse control?

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OUTDOOR OBSTACLE COURSE Get moving while applying mental strategies! Obstacle courses are fun to create and even more fun to master! But fun isn't the ONLY reason you should create an outdoor obstacle course: Doing an obstacle course outside will expose you to Vitamin D straight from the sunshine.The obstacle course will get your blood pumping which…

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The Importance of a BFF

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THE IMPORTANCE OF A BFF Everyone wants to have friends. At an early age, forming friendships allows a child to develop a multitude of skills needed throughout life: teamwork, cooperation, sharing, dealing with conflict, competition, etc. If your children or clients are struggling with ADHD, they may need your guidance to help develop successful, long-lasting…

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Will Months Of Remote Learning Worsen Students’ Attention Problems?

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WILL MONTHS OF REMOTE LEARNING WORSEN STUDENTS' ATTENTION PROBLEMS Everyone in the world feels the effects of COVID-19. It has reshaped the economy, workforce, and educational system all around the world. How will these changes impact our children? According to an April EdWeek Research Center survey, “Nearly 4 of 5 teachers think their students’ ability to focus…

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75% of Children & Adults with ADHD Have Sleep Problems. 5 time management tips that can help.

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TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS TO HELP YOU SLEEP ADHD symptoms can make it difficult to get enough sleep every night. Science Daily reports that about 75% of children and adults with ADHD also struggle with sleep problems. One of these problems can be the inability to manage time effectively and “time blindness”. The first step to a well-rested…

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#7 Executive Function @ Home Activity

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#7 Executive Function @ Home Activity All AgesPiece Together Some Puzzles!Areas developed: Attention, Flexible Reasoning, Working Memory, Processing Speed, Spatial Memory, Patience & Impulse Control People with ADHD tend to have difficulty with attention, organization, and processing speed. This makes solving problems more difficult and time-consuming. Take time today at home to work on some…

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#6 Home Activity to Improve Executive Function Create a Feelings Folio Developing Emotional Control

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#6 Executive Function @ Home Activity AdultsCrafting a Feelings FolioAreas developed: Emotional Control, Focus, Introspection, Impulse Control, Memory People with ADHD tend to experience very strong emotions. As a result, they sometimes get carried away by their feelings and respond impulsively without considering how their actions will affect themselves or others. Take some time today to…

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